Rabbit: Plumbago, Frangipani, Honeysuckle, Thistle & Rose
These guys were found all nestled up in someones barn, tucked amongst the hay. Unfortunately, their mum
had sadly died so there was no one left to take care of them anymore. Thankfully, the lovely guys at the stables had been keeping an eye on them and noticed mum straight away. They bundled them into the box, keeping them warm, and brought them down to us.
Baby bunnies are very difficult orphans to rear, so immediately they were put on a strict feeding regime and their weight was carefully monitored. It took about a week for them to fully get the hang on feeding from a syringe instead of their mum - it took a lot of patience to get each feed into them! Finally, once they had got to know our smell and the syringes.
They are all self feeding now and putting on weight rapidly. We want them to get a little bit bigger and then we will be able to release them. It has been lovely having them here - who doesn't love a baby bunny! - but it is time they got back to being wild.
Another successful release. The entire group were released back to the wild where they should be. We apologise for the rubbish video - we need a new cameraman!!!
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